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We feature interviews with education thought leaders, founders of ed-tech companies, chief education officers, education start-ups with purpose and meaning as well as professors in higher education. We also cover a lot of social good stories. The founder, Robyn Shulman, was recently featured as a top education journalist on Cision's Influencer's Blog.

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Make the Most Out of Your Distance Learning Degree Program

With a large number of people at home avoiding the spread of the Coronavirus, millions of students working towards a degree have suddenly become part […]

This Is How Mark Cuban, A Shark Tank Winner, And Teen Founder Make Youth Entrepreneurship Go Viral

Entrepreneurship is rarely taught in K-12 or throughout higher education. For most youth living in the US, current school system offerings do not run parallel […]

What Are Kids Reading? A Surprising Amount of Nonfiction

By Gene Kerns   Over the last several years, good news about student literacy trends has been hard to come by. Nevertheless, in this year’s […]

Throwing the CEO a Lifeline

By Edgar Blunt   Earlier today I saw an email asking CEOs what they are doing to throw their employees a lifeline.  As a CEO, […]

New Survey Findings: Student Perceptions on Skilled Trades Education

By Mary Kelly   The skilled trades industry offers lucrative and meaningful careers, however there is a growing skilled trades labor shortage in the U.S. […]

Learning Doesn’t Have to Be Held Back by VGA

By Bob Wudeck   The Latest Wireless Presentation Technology Allows VGA-Equipped Classrooms to Take Full Advantage of HDMI and Create State-of-the-Art Learning Opportunities When HDMI […]

Symbaloo Offers Educators its PRO Version at no Cost

With the coronavirus closing schools around the country, the content-integration platform commits to helping educators make the transition to online learning    (Chicago) March 24, 2020 […]

Learning Counsel to Present Emergency National Virtual Discussions

  Nation’s education leaders to convene virtually to discuss challenges and create a sense of continuity for America’s learners Beginning April 2nd, the Learning Counsel […]

Going Virtual Overnight: 4 Questions for Administrators to Ask

  By LeiLani Cauthen   Schools and districts are calling the Learning Counsel asking for advice on what to do given they must shut down.  […]

Advice for the Newly Remote

  By Charles Sosnik   About a week ago, the world changed. It’s a new reality for everyone, especially those of you who are working […]

Education Leaders Find Red-Hot Success in the Valley of the Sun

One hundred years ago, Phoenix, Arizona was a sleepy little desert city of 29,000 residents. But not anymore. Now America’s fasting growing city and our […]

Today, Curriculum Is Everyone’s Business

  By Charles Sosnik   For those of you who are history buffs out there, you may remember a quote from our 30th president, Calvin […]

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